Osceola Lodge No. 515 Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania

           Corner of Coal and Lingle Streets Osceola Mills, Pa.

Constituted October 23rd, 1872
Stated Meetings Second Monday of the Month at 7:30 in
Osceola Mills, Pennsylvania


Coffee Break 2016 is Coming up!!!

July 1st----July 4th




The 2016 District 21 coffee Break on I-80 at the Westbound Snowshoe Rest Area is about to get underway!!

 See the link below for the latest updated schedule of Lodges participating, as well as slots that still need to be filled.

Coffee Break 2016 Schedule

Homemade Cookies and Homemade Bake goods are needed

Cookies and Baked goods will be accepted at the Osceola Lodge on Thursday June 30th from 5:00 PM till 6:30 PM

As per contractual agreement with the Pa. Dept. of Transportation and Rest Area vendors, all cookies & baked goods have to be homemade 


Osceola Lodge No. 515 is under the jurisdiction of The Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania
 You can visit the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Here.

Osceola Lodge No. 515 is part of the  21st Masonic District of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.



Our Lodge Location:
Osceola Lodge # 515 F.& A. M.
Masonic Hall, Lingle and Coal Streets, Osceola Mills, Pa.
(above the Post Office)

Please get in touch with the Lodge Secretary to offer comments,or to ask questions.

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Do you want to know how to become a Freemason? Here is some basic information which should address the question: "How do I become a Mason?"

Freemasonry has its lodges throughout the free world. You'll find Masons meeting in almost every town and village and - except where repressive governments make their existence difficult - they're readily found. important requirements to become a Freemason!

  1. Being a man, freeborn, of good repute and well-recommended

  2. A belief in a Supreme Being

  3. Ability to support one's self and family

  4. Of lawful age

  5. Come to Freemasonry of their "own free will and accord".

  6. Loyalty to one's country is an essential qualification in Freemasonry

    7.  No Atheist can be a Freemason.

      8.     Freemasonry is kindness in the home, honesty in business, courtesy in society, fairness in work, pity and concern for the unfortunate, resistance toward evil, help for the weak, forgiveness for the penitent, love for one another, and above all reverence and love for God.